For some background: In January of 2015 I was introduce to the digital podcatcher hand-held technology while visiting an African mask exhibit at the Neu Kirk (New Church) gallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This devise (a product of GUIDE ID of the Netherlands) enhances the visitor exhibit experience through supplementary in-depth content and learning enhancement material such as music used during mask performances, mythologies around designs, and greater background on the carvers. This audio experience was offered in multiple languages. I immediately saw the value of such a devise for our museum, where the population literacy levels are very low. Such a tool could make our exhibits more accessible to non-readers, allow museum visits to be self-paced, allow for greater amounts and diversity of teaching content, potentially increase interest and engagement, and could be offered in local languages. Additionally, upon researching this devise further and speaking with a Guide ID representative, I learned of its capacity to engage visitors through scavenger hunts and quizzes, and the ability to collect demographic data, take surveys, and track visitor’s visit engagement makes this devise not only advantageous for the visitor but also the researcher (Guide ID).